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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES ntmrrrallT ratabllshlMl lr 1 l. K. Aallivar, Jmu. IM1. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1873. Time Estnblfmlt m 1937. Vl2!iSo.ll) nt tj!aiccliljr iFimcs THUKSDAY', MARCIT 13, 1873. ill pfli a ti, KOod'IB.irl.e of llie oM W ettit' AMOtjir.r. In to-dav meet or C Potuerov before the Senate Committee of In vestigatiou. It trill bejperused with a great leal of interest by many Kansans, ard will 1 found especially interesting to meinUrs of tlie legal profe-ssion. We pesume tliat it i a weightier argument than the coun-el for tlicJState of Kansas presented. Attention of the farmers of Kansas is di rected to the con-titution and by-laws of the association in the St.ite of Illinois. It seems the industrial elements are waking up throughout the laml. It h about time. Tlie moneved power and the monopolies ire growing richer, raore powerful, and more in tolerant everyday. Organize airainst tlitm. niMU.Miu a.-i iKo.iiiTt:t) Superintendent Cbanute, of the L....

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 March 1873

I ' I, lllccMji gftra 5 THURSDAY, MAKCII13, 1873. ;in nAi.nAi inti:i.its. The iieople of Leavenworth have bail ctg'-it years erwrience in the raily-ay roae agc.3ient of the rirg, which lias auml to own and control, not only our railroad poli cy "bat ever? ilection. The rins hnveal--rays had one powerful argument, and that argument wa? the only only one they could ue, to-wit money. With this power in their hands they hive defied reason, common esne and right, they hire boajlit the pimps the loafer", the professional politiesM and have even prostituted the church to promote t'jeir selS'h sclienie.. The people have tried their, policy for e'.-ht yesrs. That policy was the endowment of short li,! of railwaya with enormous puh-ridic. Tlte roada have been built, and the roeii brr of the ring have been made rich. The cily of Leavenworth has had to puffer high rates of taxation. The policy which the ring !im carried out has not developed the growth and prosperity of the city and c.unty. The...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 March 1873

fkfe u&kTENirbji'iA wkfiKtr temtes, thtjksday. march is. irts SMli) imts THUKSDAY. MABCH 13, 1ST3. .timelier t;onl Tnrn. Judge H. M. Aller, General Southwestern Acent of the Chioco, Kock Iii!an 1 and Pa ific Ktilwar, has rinclered the merchant of Leavenworth another service thai ought lo lie re-cig'iiie.I Through the iwlisMii'l -iert!orf of Ihi sent'emaii, the fur" from . imii, and ?!1 jviint . of C'lmrtm on me Cnicasr K c' 1-Ian 1 an I I'.cij ILiilrcad lo I,earrriw.irlt, h?" li"i re ilneetl, on round tni m "-I, ' "-"n w Ji'tlc in fic-t if IihU are Tin aiileraMi the resident of town n d ati'm '" M" ciuri to vi-it LtTen- rtl a verr t-IL-i.! CVL iLe lTi-iw'utp .f'-ct nil I" -crsa-e hii'iii' in e-rv ilejisrtiit-ii '" traileand in iiitiv Imidic w j ' " -trarle Trie ic-liif "n il' aim ennui t travel, an " in ! ' " 'l " ' - I ' C tli- rl rus.i i.ii i" i Judge A-tfr ntf in- n.fiM""" to do. i .jii-b! nirn ir n inif "i L-arei-woriii, mill lunch of the It-iVT-iaii'it .r--pcrur i due to li...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 13 March 1873

TJilu LBAVBNWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THTTKSDAY.ISIAItCH 13, 1873. el 1 I J mifMu rows THURSDAY, MARCH J3, 1S73. TOPEKA. llo.iiisr'Honrs of Hie tejWalnrp. The IniC-iizalioii Reports. Hon- they were Received In Hie House and Senate. Winter ami York en (ne&tions r Trlr. ilcsc . Irfavemvortli Normal School, Appropriation iU-i- and Tax Levy. TorKKA, March 7, 1373. Around tJif cloiiDg pcenes of a Kansas JeifIatUM there i- always fomelhins of in lcret cindering. Often it U the interest on .delinquent tases that raafcc the pjieechcs in teresting, hut last night the interest was cen tered in the rejiorta of the various Investiga tion coraniittee? which were aiijiointect im mediately after the election of United States Senator, and the clu-tera were ;roiir- of young men and maiden? of the Capitol city Furrounding the weary Legislators who were then rendering their last and bvt service to their co'tituents, namely, making phort spetche and prepar ing to go home. Girls in their tcen, and boys of...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 March 1873

5 - '- THE LEAVE! WEEKLY TIMES oBservaltvv EataMHnesI ay I U. K. Anlboay, Jaa.laal. LEAVEXWORTH, KAKSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1873. Tlmn Establish m 1S37. Vol., 3S Bo. 13 J N WORTH WittJAjt inus THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1873. 4 IIAXKEB BIS JIISD. Logan when hanl pressed by Morton ad mitted that he had changed his mind on the Cildwell cie. Jt loik $400 to change his mind on a matter of businera with one of our citizen a few years ago. The question now very naturally arises how much did it take to change Logan's mind on the Cald well cace? m iit:k i siiii.i. Our fellow citizen, Dr. Cornelius A. sv gan has l?en appointed Mini-ter to the lie I ublic of Chili. We presume the Doctor will accept the position and take hi depart- J eminent to with'dd one-halt the amount cocscil Bixrr toe rai rACirir. The Attorney General ha? t length de cided that the initial point of the Union Pa cific RailroaJ is at Council Bluffs, Iowa and not at Omaha, Nebraska. Theie has been a hotly contested fight over this...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 March 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1878. i Hi'- WttWz 'mt THURSDAY. MARCH 20. 1873. 1 HE HWBtME s-OSTMAMXat. Ilon. L. J. ".Vorden, the newly appointed pwtmnsterof Lawrence, is an old Jxansan, and a politician ot more than ordinary saga c'.tf. We understand that the news of his appointment was received in Lawrence with satisfaction. He lias always been a constant Knpublican, and more than that, an enthu siastic worker on election days. He repre sented Douglas county- in the Slate Senate for the terra beginning in 1871. We believe lie will serve the people of Lawrence in a commendable manner. TJin ikimi iisiVERsiiv nii.1 fiLAOSTOSL'it IHl'FICX'tl Y. The great epiestion which has agitated the public mind in Ireland for years has been the subject of denominational education. Several systems liave been'proposed in the Ilritisb. Parliament, and failed. The Irish jople, feeling stronjer as they progre&i in civilization, feeling that they are a compact and intelligent ele...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 March 1873

THg IJSAVBNVrORTH WBBKLY TIMES, THUKSDAY, MARCH 20, 1873 .15 P i't I'M WtMu Slimes THURSDAY. MARCH 20, 1873. A tttretKT MPKECH. CbcapJobn Jaogan threatens his fellow Senatonith another speech on the Cald well case. The New York Herald eaje of his last cicb, that he talked erery one out ol hearing except the short hand reporter, and he coder penalty of dismissal, .bad to atajr awake and hear Logan through. Inert are Borne hard features in the occupation of short-hand reining lat hare escaped pub lic observation, and not the least of them is the one wliich compels the taker of notes to listen to small-calibre speeches lite those uttered by Cheap John Logan. The New York Tribune is charitable enough to report Logan as follows : Mr. Lnran'a Hiieech throughout, to One who W2B thoroughly familiar witli the tesli luonv. was one of the shallowist that has boon hMrd in the Senate for many a day. Heppealed to Senators who were elected in the um way, not in direct terms, but in a manner that '...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 20 March 1873

THUS XJiAVmSTWOBXH WKSSdtLY TIMES. THtTKSDAY. MAECH 20, 1873. - k Wiulih imM THURSDAY, MARCH 20. J.S73. UUKGLAR CA1TCKEI. Canglil iu Ihe Act or ritiii?rin-r a Pri vate Residence. About 1 o'clock Tuesday, 11th ini., a bur glar entered the residence of Walter A. Mayo, at the northeast corner of Seventh and Chestnut street, and while passing from one room to another on the ecend floor, the ser vant cirl gave a scream which shook the houc to the foundation and aroused the in mates. Mr. W. A. Mayo immediately sprung out of bed and started in purauit of the bur glar, who had by thi lime darted down the stairway leading from the servant girl's room to the kitchea. the same route that he went up. Mr. M. descended by the main stairway, and discovered the frightened bur glar crouching behind the kitchen door, and at once raised a cane to strike him, but the Tbe Sew Coal Vein. "We took a drive out to the new coal vein yeetetday on invitation of Mr. Papin, and descended hi primitive shaft. Abou...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 March 1873

l95prpS5Tpig '. t f 4 7f j" f gygN. L.j WEEKLY TIMES t!Mi5 ervatlw BaMkl'akad 1 1. B. Asstaaaay, JaaulMtl. J LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, .1873. bMklklt MIS37. ISSJ.IS THE LEAVE I -w--. N W ORTH MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure Tbe many evident of extnordjnarr curat tfcat are daily reporte! as enacted tlaroafb DR. RADWAY'S Sarsaparillian Besolrent fcealv Katlef. anl Perfect Purgative Pilli, la written testliounlals from a'J runs oi the worlj. surpass Id wonder tbe not extravagant miracle of eicutntment. rnysiciaue and in-dica! uci InsU countries pronounce theae wonderful remedies a wyafery, that neither their edenee of aaalvsia or eke oicil skill caaexplaia. True, theae uiejicioes elect the most marvelous cure, and restore the dying to life, and relieve the most wretched paia su Bering vi:ira of bis tortures, in from one ternary laintitea, and although they kuow eoiae of tie in Kredlen'a of thir composition, and Dr. JUdtrajr has puliliibei their tmnjla (withholding onlr two ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 March 1873

- -i , s. Kfegfc"' p -' tt v- r v-?55" x . , - ji - ftv I r. THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 1878. r jtl II- tw ft i7t Wtthh TIIURSDAY, MAECTI 27. 1873. r.lBEKM. Thcie is a ileal of enlhusiam in agricultural circles, and present indications point to a large cinveation of farmers in Topeka next VWlav. There ia some sense ia the movement. It ia a good beallhy sign wLen the farmers go to work themselves to re move oppressive grievances, instead of dele gating onwortby politicians to look after their intercut. mmmmmwmmwmmmwmmMmmm i n. a. conn. The gentleman whose name heads tliia paragraph ha? been actively preparing him relf for the duties of Congressman. He has already rendered the iieople of Kansas marked service through the influence at tained by his popular endorsement at the polls, and we predict lie will rank high among the honored Congressmen before the Congress to whith he was elected adjourns. Col. Cobb v.ill not be found poieling Credit Mobilier stock, and v...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 March 1873

isi sasxosI -irJKj.Jr" TST - - 'V -.- Vt .' ,.- BJr5tR1jf'i?! .-" - THE LEAVgy WORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THtTKSDAY. MARCH 20, 1873. Lk WttUu inws THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1873. AS old rtuu. Political AbIboKt Reviled Ca'Ung fttir Id MlsMHri. On .SaliirJay night laid an almost tragical event occurred about eight miles Northeast or Cameron, Datis county, Missouri, at l-lice called "Wood's School House." The whole affair wear a tinge of romance. It appear that a Hinging party had been ar ranged to m.et at the above place. Quite a number of young folk had met there fo the purpone of pawing the evening convivi al ly. Willie Field, a yoan; gen tleman who had been waiting on a Miss Emma Wood for a year or bo, but whose addresses were not relished by the re latives of the young lady who wag at the party. He was not wanted there. Political prejudices are assigned as the grounds of the oljection On Siturday night the young Joryera met at the school house. The old grudge wag re newed, and a young man, nep...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 27 March 1873

F"-'-- tA --. -&- fritti imVlWOlforl WJBktT lliAEU fofoagtUir, MAfiCtt 2?. 187& 1 w t W 1 13 w-f Ft Mlccltltt gftlmts THURSDAY, MAECII 27, 1S7.1. a.v i-s-i'oi.icKnAJf ox his ancLE. lie niicsirn a nianli ol Coal Jn III , run I ii in. There U an old sraJgc existing between if policeman Ilobinpon and a somewhat no torious character namel Henry Wright. Titer have had Mveral quarrels and an irre roncilalile liatred Feeun to txiat between tliera. They raet ve?terday in tlie alley c!6e by the Police Headquarter?. Robinson ("track Wright, the latter ran away, was pur fieii, overtaken and again struck. He then drew the farorite weapon of hi race, the treacherous razor, and became in turn the pursuer. At thi stage of the proceedings, officer Lauber and O'Neil interfered and ar reted both parlie'. When brouzot into the court room K'iliinon m2dea fresh areault on Wright and bjn; checked by the officers he became frantic, Feizeil a chair and made a ile-perate effort to knock jailor Laubc...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 April 1873

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. 15. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873. ouaervatlwe Eatabllabes by ) i. K. Aalbowy,faB.lMl Tim i: Vol..; :A Si. 14 MEDICAL. The Romance of Cure The ism? Tilenrea of extraorfinsiy cures that an li ly reported at effected through DR. RADWAY'5 Sarsaparillian Resolvent .Rc.4y ne'.irf, an J Perfect Puratlre Fill. Id vrittea lestiinoaiaU from all pans of tbe vorH. sarpiM la wunder the most extra riDt miracle of e icnDtme&t. Iijyiciau and zu a cal me-s in all couatriea prooouuce tbeae troodMful remedies a tuytUry, that neither Ibelr cinc of analrsis or che'iiical skill canexpUio. True, tliess meJicinfS eSrct the u.ot mar-eIoufl cure, and restore tb dying lIif", anIrelIeethemot vrettbM paia uflenng Tirlui of bfs torture, la from onrtottrrnly lain t- and although tbfy Loot tome cf tie in credieaa ot their cuwr-oltioQ, and Ur. Kadvay has paulubeJ their forinul (withholding only two nawly dlscorered rooU), still both French, tr mao, English and Ameri...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 April 1873

zmmfgiQ $SZ&2&Se&' THE IiKAVBNWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873. "5 .'., 'f- Li. I? i ff at WtMl intcs 11 THURSDAY, APKILS, 1S73. M02.TAXA WAR fLAIRS. W"e invite the attention of all persons in- el in tbe Montana war claims to the vertiseruent of the Secretary of War, in today's Times. Information of a valuable character to claimints will le found. IIEAKII FltOH. Andrew Johnson his been interviewed s more. lie w 1101 in a nappy ": Ind. He expresses great contempt lor neral Grant, profound veneration for Ihe ititution and for the greatness of An ew Johnson. lie thinks tbe country h go- ; to the dog; that Grant U neither a sol- : nor statesman, and that he would make jMnH ilirtainr if he knew how. Of course 9Mmson is greatly disgusted that the coun ffir refuses to accept his judgment or hi Fer Jces. He think- modest man that he is tftat tbe Io3 is to the country and not to -aflm. And thus it was ever with unapprc mted greatness. Till: KI-NTI.EV I'KMl'l.r. fM Ther...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 April 1873

iFTi?' -,- THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES, THLTRSDA-, APRIL 8. 1878. Wtt intes THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873. THE KANSAS FARMERS IX COUNCIL. Second i aj'a Proceeitasi A Catl tntioB Adapted. -grlenlttire Declmd the -atif National Pro-perNy. or Tlie second and Isst meeting of the Fann- rrn' State Convention in held at Represen lative Hall, Topeka, on Thursday last The nie-t was railed to order by the President, Hon. John Davis. The Conten tion immediately proceeded to the consider ation of the re-solution, which bad been read at the former session. The following resolu tion was read: Itesolccd, That organizition is the great want of the producing classes at the present time, and we recommend every fanner in the State to become a member of some Farmers' I'Jub, grange of the patrona of husbandry or other local organizition. An animated discussion arose on an amend ment that the resolution be laid upon the tslile, some members taking the ground that the perfection of an organization should be re...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 April 1873

K-ssa ,-Tl S SS.-M- ,7 r7, ' S-JjSjJs L - THE USAVBNVOKTH WflBEX Y TIMES, THUKSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873. I i i i? . H It - lSi' . y :-S : . tfBttfctl Stats THUKSDAY. APRIL 3, 1873. KANSAS FARMERS. Tii y Heet In Contention at Topela. A Large Representation-First Day's Proceeding. The Farmers' State Convention of Kan HHCommecctd ill first session in the hall of the House ol Representatives at Topeka, on Wednesdrr last. The number ef delegate in attendance exceeded the utmost expedec titionsof the projectors of the movement. Nearl7 every county in the State was repre sented, and the representation in its intelli gence and respectability reflects credit on fje people represented. The meeting was ca'Ied to order at 2 p. m. by Hon. Alfred Gray, Secretary of the State Board ot Agri culture, who read to the convention the call under which it hid assembled. J. K. Hud son, E-q., of "Wyandotte, was then, on mo tion, appointed temporary Chairman, and after thanking the convention for the honor confer...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 April 1873

s - - THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES LEAVEJiTWORTfl, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10 1873. iHvriillir gataMl isatrvl IBBl. T1:ii-m r.sfnblisrt d 13 ul..UKo. 15 i. at. Asiskwajr. Jaa. KaaBfcMsafifcagri-T ai-n w '- V VT The Romance of Care Tbeuinny evidence of xtrsorsUnax cum that nre da Iricporka as taavaaa DR. RAD WAY'S Srtparillin Ktsdrent ReaJr Belief, and Pnriect FartaHv FW. la written aBHIraoatil ansa all fan el tba werld. surpass in waadar tba ataat xtnnaaaa arincln of eachantasaat- Fbratctaaa and aaxlieal as ia all countries prwBoanc then wsnoarfnl myafcr, that aeltbar taatr i w. that asaUbar taatr .iliac of aaaivaM ' aaalrsk or dieaucal skill caa csseala. Traa, tbea saesUdi Sect the at eearrelooa aeons, aad rotor the 4vtaa tells, and mi tba asset wretch pain uf erinf rUtlm of kfi toftare-, la from twenty aslant, aod althoafh they know toeae of the' m ndlcaU of thoir composition, and t)r. Kadwav laMblihdlnlravaid(witnhaIJaruonlr ta atwfy dUcoraicd rooli), lull both French, er ll, Ea(...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 April 1873

'--", " It ft K. ; It L fe Ef S Hr & f- t ft I j ft i EST. Pfe i- j j !" & JV t K IS ? su fcsc re I "8BMM8 $"s THURSDAY, APRIL 10. 1873. parIHTEI. Major Chas. B. Peck has been appointed Acting Soperinlendentot the aavenwort, Lawrence & Galveston Railway. Not long since The Times expressed a wish that the mantle of Col. Chanute would all upon the shoulders of Major Peck, knowing that he would wear it gracefully, and since our wish hi been grati6ed we are happy. AXITIIER NMTKTEK S THE RBELF. George C. Crowther, a presumptuous little eli-fter at Ojage Mission, Kansas, was ap pointed postmaster at that jilace some time ago, but The Times and other out-spoken journal stated that the appointment was an unworthy one and ought to be reconsidered. Crowther has been removed and the old postmaster re-appointed. COSMUBATISO. We recently made some allusion to the pending movement for a consoldation of the various independent telegraph lines of the country, in opposition to the Wester...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 April 1873

X-r&Jf- ? "V-&&''" ---"i5-?it? PV. .r v.w "- ?' f-WJT. UBAYENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY APRII IO, 1S73. M1U7 arvaltv ElaUasel w I THnNH,H O ., -.--. i ---- -'- . , . -. . - Til xi MmIm t k i" ( I titfeeltlg ianus Delinquent Tax -List State anil Count- Taxes for 1S?2. urn. lifC .wllf.6. 9 10 ft c 7 1 ii 15 l 4 17 I 19 111 11 C mi 12. 15 ,1G 19 si .21 - 12- 13- .15 IC 17 IS 1U 21 21 ' 12 li 19 i r. it l 2 10 11 17 is -2 r. in 21 9 m 11 l fi 9 II "n 21 1 liud lif of 13 17 IS . 1 11 -h in - n t x SI Si n l rs 8 . 9" ,111 J 9 '-II SI - SI 1 r.i si ii 9 Id li 13 Ik 17 IS 19 20 I -c 24 -1 .2.1 SS , III rl 2 2 21 22 . 1 . . 4 .1 .4 fI 17 18 "1J 2t 25 21 57 ' 2 29 3 SI 32 1 4 'V 10 19 20 2VI '26 27 3 '4 5 G 10 11 12 IS 14 I 7 18 2sl 21 XI- ciTr PKorei. mux. C Hick . do UajlaaSalfJir do J-iuai. Fiutkner I i Jobn Bitter Hi 'Ann Sitiwtzer do dm K Ulna do l!FLa.n to Louisiana Issaek d Hli McKay lo 1 lee, Latib'r A Uice i.i do do do d l do lo do do do di do do do lo A O Mat d.i VI 3 l'lu...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 April 1873

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Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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